A transporter in Imo State, Mr. Samuel Awuchim, has protested continued delay in paying two of his children, Chidera and Jennifer, who worked as ad hoc staff for the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at Nwangele Local Government Area of the state.
According to their father, Chidera and Jenifer worked at booth 001 and 002, Dimnanume Ward.
Awuchim told Daily Sun in Owerri, on Sunday, that what his two children got from INEC, so far, is N4,500 each, paid initially after their training.
Chidera and Jenifer, graduates of civil engineering and chemical laboratory, respectively, according to their father, have been sustaining the family, after he was affected by the state government’s ban on the use of commercial tricycle in urban areas. He, however, appealed to INEC to pay his children their statutory allowances, so they can continue to cater for the family.